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Radius Pizza


3155 Mt. Pleasant St. NW
Washington, DC 20010

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9:43AM 9/30/2011
I live nearby. This place has a real chef who knows good ingredients and how to put them together. It's more than a pizza place, it's like a pizza fine dining restaurant. I get the $5 slice+pint and add a few extra ingredients for .50 each...extra cheese, spinach & mushrooms. The mushrooms are the best I've eery had on a pizza anywhere...they're small and whole and sauteed first, so the result is a very garlicky, savory piece of pizza that feels luxuriously gourmet - I swear I don't work for this place, I was just so impressed with the quality and creativity. They buy from local farms. Then the mussels for $5 are also awesome, served with good toasted bread and a tasty aioli that you spread on the bread and dip in the tomato'y mussel broth - really good. I must also say, the creme brulee is crazy good, it has lemon verbena along with the vanilla, great crust and thick amount of creme, unfortunately it is priced at $8 like it would be if it were in a fancier restaurant as it could be.